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IPhriday Photo Challenge: Garden Chairs

 

Garden Chairs

Garden Chairs

 

 Painted in Waterlogue


Painted in Waterlogue

 

Painted in Brushstroke

Painted in Brushstroke

I am ready for Spring! Here the IPhotos are painted in the Apps; Waterlogue and Brushstroke! They are IPhone Apps!  I print them into notecards! More notecards for me!

Enjoy the IPhriday Photo Challenge! Post a photo taken with your Phone on Fridays!

10 Responses to “IPhriday Photo Challenge: Garden Chairs”

  1. graydaysandcoffee

    Inviting, happy, Spring-ey, and perfect for notecards. I am going to have to try those apps. I love what you’re doing with them.

    Reply
    • CadyLuck Leedy

      I have become obsessed! Ha Ha! I really like what the apps can do to the photos and I hate shopping for notecards! I used the apps to make Christmas Cards and name/place setting cards for my table too!

      Reply
  2. AnnetteM

    Those chairs look perfect converted in those apps. I have never tried using anything like that for my photos. I do, however, want to use some of my photos for cards too. The cost of buying cards is getting really ridiculous here. Do you print your own, or get them printed. I have been wondering how to make them look professional without costing as much as buying them in a shop.
    I think brushstroke is my favourite.

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    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Annette, I print my own, on my printer, so easy! I also made Christmas Cards and Christmas ornaments/cards to hang on my tree by printing them on photo paper and then punching a hole in the top to string ribbon! Then I made thank you cards for Christmas gifts…..etc. The app does all the work, I just pick which “Look” I like! I may do a post on it! Right now I’m getting ready for the BIG snowstorm and hope I don’t lose power! You can make the photos look very different in these two apps! I just do the minimum, because I just want the photos to look watercolored.

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  3. Debbie H

    A great reminder for us to use the apps available on our phone – when you think about it we all have so many of our own photos stored that we should be using them. I’ll add these to my list. Thanks and great iPhriday collection.

    Reply

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